North Korea has released an extensive list of new political slogans as it marks 70 years since it was founded as a state.
The list is more than 300 strong and covers diverse aspects of daily life in the politically and economically isolated country, ranging from agricultural improvements to nationalistic rhetoric.
"Let the strong wind of fish farming blow across the country!" reads one.
"Let us turn ours into a country of mushrooms by making mushroom cultivation scientific, intensive and industrialised!" reads another, followed on the list by a call to "Grow vegetables extensively in greenhouses!"
310 new slogans were announced in total, which ran to more than 7,000 words in translation.
Slogans have become part of daily political life in North Korea, where citizens are expected to memorise the phrases, which can be used by Pyongyang to dictate political policy to the hinterland.
Some offered general political ideology: "Let us turn the whole country into a socialist fairyland by the joint operation of the army and people!"
Others took a more belligerent, militaristic tone: "Should the enemy dare to invade our country, annihilate them to the last man so that none of them will survive to sign the instrument of surrender!"
While the slogans are expected to be learned by North Korean citizens, they also offer an insight into the leadership's thinking.
A number of slogans reflected the need to provide more food to children, reduce bureaucracy and improve the nation's diet.